In addition to all the other hardware General Motors has brought along to Vegas for SEMA this year, they’ve also tucked four new Camaro’s in the trailer ready to showcase their versatile offerings, yet again. It seems to be a common theme with GM this year so give the consumer a little of everything and not go too overboard, and that is a theme that we can get behind.
So with the four new Camaro’s they’ve brought range from the Red Flash, which is a throwback to the classic sleeper that has a full-house but you can’t tell by looking at it. Lightly massaged with a very attractive red paint and gray striping and equipped with an air intake and exhaust kit, when you mash on the pedal there is no doubt at all that you’re driving a modern day muscle car.
There is also the Camaro XM/Accessory appearance package with rolls with the direct injected V6 under the hood which returns a great 29 miles-per-gallon fuel economy and also gives you a one-year subscription to XM Satellite Radio. They’ve also come back with another Synergy model that will be available in a various number of colors and include accessories not available on standard Camaros. Look for the Synergy to be a yearly release with something new up their sleeves every time.
For the wild, they are bringing the SSX Track Car concept, which features a stock Camaro transformed into a track-ready vehicle. Gutting the interior helped cut the heft, along with the added safety features in an SCCA-approved roll cage, harness, and fuel cell it also comes with carbon fiber body panels to also help improve its nimbleness.